- ALN / NT2
- Figura-NT2 Concordia
- La Traversée
To read a picture book for children in the name of the imaginary of childhood is to subscribe to a particular construct of the album de jeunesse, or what in English is called the picture book, which is, after all, just a kind of book marketed to chiIdren.
Henri Christophe was one of Haiti’s most important nationalist and revolutionary figures in the 19th century. His life has been portrayed in different ways by acclaimed writers from the Caribbean such as Cuban Alejo Carpentier, Nobel Prize winner St. Lucian Derek Walcott, and Martinican Aimé Césaire. These acclaimed literary figures transformed this historical figure into the aestheticized protagonist of narratives that represented their own cultural and sociological ideas about the Caribbean.
Virginia Woolf’s novel To the Lighthouse is undeniably her most art-oriented work in its examination of both writing and painting. Many literary critics have rightly and richly contextualized its imagery and philosophy in Woolf’s understanding of contemporary Impressionist and post-Impressionist art through the theories of her friend Roger Fry in his text Vision and Design.
La série photographique de Josée Pellerin, intitulée «Une histoire à soi», met en scène une banlieue grise, déserte, d’où se dégagent solitude, inquiétude et tristesse. Et pourtant, son travail combinant l’image et le texte propose quelque chose de beaucoup plus subtil et complexe.
Pendant la grève générale étudiante 2012 et les soulèvements populaires à grands coups de casseroles, nous avons pu constater l'apparition de certains personnages révolutionnaires un peu inhabituels.
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